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If you love the flavor of fresh peas, you will love Pea Microgreens! Pea microgreens are commonly mistaken for Pea Sprouts. Pea Microgreens are harvested once their true leaves grow in and when they have stringy tendrils at the tips of the plants. These baby vegetables are packed with nutrients and flavor!
Microgreens are often confused with sprouts, but there is a distinct difference. Compared to sprouts, microgreens have more nutritional value and a higher concentration of antioxidants. However, they also take longer to grow and are more challenging to harvest.
This tool is quickly becoming popular in the US for its' versatility in the garden. I also find this multi-function tool very convenient to have when camping as well. At its core the Hori Hori is a saw, trowel, knife, measuring device for consistent planting, twine cutter, and bottle opener.
Here at Skyhaven Harvest we offer two subtly different looking scissors with unique and distinct purposes. We wanted to clearly define our Ashinaga and Higurashi Scissors. We use our scissors for so many purposes, like harvesting microgreens or garden goodies, while cooking, for pruning house plants and for many other purposes! In this article we are going to discuss the specific design and uses for both of the scissors to better help you decide which scissor better fits your needs.
Growing Microgreens at home will result in a lot more Microgreens than buying them from the store, unfortunately, the greens will need to be harvested all at once. We hope you find this article a useful resource when figuring our how to store your harvest!
Follow along as we give you a step-by-step guide on how to successfully grow Microgreens with a hydroponic, bottom watering grow kit. From planting your seeds, the incubation period, growing period and harvesting your nutrient-dense Microgreens.